In Iowa, the members at the Central Iowa Veteran's Administration System (VA), Des Moines were pulled out of the INA (Iowa Nurses Association) based on the national contract held by the United American Nurses (UAN) for all VA units by vote of the VA unit members nationwide.
What does UAN stand for?
UAN stands for United American Nurses
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We have 19 other meanings of UAN in our Acronym Attic
- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
- University of Athens Medical School (Athens, Greece)
- Upper Albany Main Street (community revitalization organization; Hartford, CT)
- User Account Management System (system administration)
- User Administration Management Tool
- University of Arkansas Macintosh User Group
- University of Alberta Museum of Zoology (Canada)
- Ujian Akhir Nasional (Indonesian: National Final Examination)
- Underwater Acoustic Network (EU)
- Unione Accademica Nazionale (Italy; National Academic Union)
- United Animal Nations
- Universal Access Number
- Universal Application Network (Siebel Systems)
- Universidad Autonoma de Nayarit (Spanish; Mexican university)
- University After Next
- Urban Agriculture News (newsletter)
- Urea-Ammonium Nitrate (fertilizer compound)
- Uric Acid Nephrolithiasis
- User Access Node
- User Account Number
Samples in periodicals archive:
The ANA dues policy was updated to remove unnecessary or outdated language including references to the United American Nurses (UAN) and Center for Workplace Advocacy.
The United American Nurses (union for registered nurses) and the Center for Executive Director's Column continued from page 1 American Nurses (non union workplace advocacy) were originally part of the American Nurses Association and were Affiliate Members.
When approximately 60,000 collective bargaining members of the United American Nurses (UAN) from eight of its founding member states disaffiliated from the UAN this past winter, there was reason to take note of what might come next.
He reviewed the history of the development United American Nurses and the Center for American Nurses.
On January 2, 2008 WNA received a memo from ANA President, Becky Patton, regarding the ANA Board of Directors decision to notify the two workforce advocacy entities, the United American Nurses (UAN) and the Center for American Nurses ("Center") that they will not be pursuing another affiliation agreement under the guise of an Associate Organizational Member (AOM).
Estimates by the United American Nurses AFL-CIO place the shortage at 150,000 positions by 2005.